In a diverse consumer electronics industry, no matter how small or large the application or specific the product, Wineman Technology provides solutions for a wide variety of systems in the electronics industry. Wineman Technology’s electronics expertise is rooted in a combination of design, development, and build of turnkey, component-level test equipment. We have deployed systems for a wide range of applications, including:
- Research and development
- Life cycle and durability
- Production end-of-line requirements
- Design validation and product validation
With an exceptional focus on technical expertise, quality, service, and support, we are dedicated to providing application solutions based on the latest technologies deployed in non-proprietary systems at cost-effective prices. Many of our systems are unique, one-of-a-kind solutions designed and built to fulfill a customer’s specific needs. The ability to build these single-purpose machines completely in-house and to implement state-of-the-art control technology, truly set Wineman Technology apart in test system development.
The Autonomous Vehicle HIL System is a fully functional hardware in the loop simulation system for testing multiple ECUs on the R-Gator.
The simulation system allows for full functional testing of the parameters of each ECU as if it was installed in the vehicle, simulating all inputs and outputs to and from the ECUs and varying their values as if operational on the vehicle. The autonomous vehicle has an ECU for vehicle function and a second ECU for sensory input. Additional capabilities include varying loads and fault insertion, providing a multitude of failure mode simulation.
The End of Line LED Control Board Tester is a production test stand that tests 100% of the interior lighting control boards and LED boards produced.
Circuit boards are manually loaded by an operator. Once loaded, the test stand automatically makes the required electrical connections. Parts are tested using either voltage or current controlled pulse trains while the part is connected to simulated loads. Part performance is determined by measuring either output voltages or currents. Parts operating per specification are marked using a laser part marker.
FIU-810 fault insertion boards that provide eight channels of fault insertion for simulating fault conditions. Learn more